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May 07, 2017, 08:29:48 AM
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Can someone explain me how blocks work in Skycoin?

The time between them is so random.





Ask a dev on telegram.
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May 07, 2017, 11:57:34 AM
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Can someone explain me how blocks work in Skycoin?

The time between them is so random.





There is no POW or POS blocks are only generated when they are needed. Synth can probably explain more.

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May 08, 2017, 08:31:27 AM
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Can someone explain me how blocks work in Skycoin?

The time between them is so random.





Ask a dev on telegram.

when you have a transactions, then you have a block, otherwise, no block.

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May 08, 2017, 08:38:42 AM
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also maybe more exchange platforms?

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May 08, 2017, 03:53:19 PM
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Hi there, is there a way to generate a "cold" wallet? I mean a private/public key combination that I can store in a text file only?


Get client working, generate addresses, then verify that Skycoin transactions are working

For Windows:
    
Install virtual box
get mint with mate desktop
install

Linux:
    
For APT based distributions (Debian, Ubuntu, Mint, ...) type :

sudo apt-get install curl git mercurial make binutils gcc bzr bison libgmp3-dev -y

OSX:
brew install mercurial bzr


Setup Skycoin:

Open a terminal window and type :

git clone https://github.com/skycoin/skycoin.git
cd skycoin
./setup

The last command will install a Go version manager and the current Go version, it will also take care of downloading all the dependencies. 
Now it is setup

Generating Addresses, public keys, private keys:

To get help and options for the address generation command type in console :

go run ./cmd/address_gen/address_gen.go --help

To generate 5 addresses deterministically from a password seed :
    
go run ./cmd/address_gen/address_gen.go -seed="passphrase" -n=5

The above command will print the public key, the private key and the address, if you only want to show the addressess put the p and s parameters to false as in :
    
go run ./cmd/address_gen/address_gen.go -seed="passphrase" -n=5 -p=false -s=false
28MZULXF1AdS8AqzDLPvSKCpERuEhMFNXdX
2kRcdyGTH7gUhq1N4S1kvXUYvgVPA8qdXWS
2e7YTGxJAc3GSNYtTY9mRygBSkQ9dnHSc8Z
W5Cw36K3skzr9whCDuMTgxLA4kFrWJn32f
4R6sGi7ktSJyyKNRHuc7izvgRHJwfu6das

Deterministic wallets are good, because you cannot lose the private keys as long as you remember the password. however, you should use a good password, or a random SHA256 hash and write it down somewhere

A good password may be some (more than 12) space separated random words, this is both strong and convenient for storage purposes (printed), it will also be easier to type if required at some point. Please do note that in the example code passphrase is used, but wouldn't be a good password candidate.

Running Skycoin Full Node: 
    
go run ./cmd/skycoin/skycoin.go -web-interface=true
then goto: 127.0.0.1:6420
     
./run.sh


also, to generate wallets and pubkeys
go run ./cmd/address_gen

to run wallet (which is probably broken)
./run.sh

API endpoints

...

Troubleshooting FAQ

...


setup.sh:
#!/usr/bin/env bash

DIR="$( cd "$( dirname "${BASH_SOURCE[0]}" )" && pwd )"
pushd "$DIR/compile" >/dev/null
# Install gvm
echo "Installing gvm and go1.4"
./install-gvm.sh
[[ -s "$HOME/.gvm/scripts/gvm" ]] && source "$HOME/.gvm/scripts/gvm"
gvm use go1.4
# Add to $GOPATH
echo "Installing skycoin to \$GOPATH"
./install-to-gopath.sh
# Install dependencies
echo "Installing or updating skycoin dependencies"
./get-dependencies.sh
echo "Done"
echo "Do './run.sh -h' to confirm it is installed. This runs the daemon."
echo "README.md has further instructions for building and running the gui."
popd >/dev/null


Addresses for test coins:
    
    hduEBXBtVcUyWy2iEmZaJ7fghN1ekqufsQ
    wHsKo9wwv2o9P8N3oXgEAKN4ks5RZZVhgZ

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May 08, 2017, 03:54:47 PM
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Hi there, is there a way to generate a "cold" wallet? I mean a private/public key combination that I can store in a text file only?


Get client working, generate addresses, then verify that Skycoin transactions are working

For Windows:
   
Install virtual box
get mint with mate desktop
install

Linux:
   
For APT based distributions (Debian, Ubuntu, Mint, ...) type :

sudo apt-get install curl git mercurial make binutils gcc bzr bison libgmp3-dev -y

OSX:
brew install mercurial bzr


Setup Skycoin:

Open a terminal window and type :

git clone https://github.com/skycoin/skycoin.git
cd skycoin
./setup

The last command will install a Go version manager and the current Go version, it will also take care of downloading all the dependencies.
Now it is setup

Generating Addresses, public keys, private keys:

To get help and options for the address generation command type in console :

go run ./cmd/address_gen/address_gen.go --help

To generate 5 addresses deterministically from a password seed :
   
go run ./cmd/address_gen/address_gen.go -seed="passphrase" -n=5

The above command will print the public key, the private key and the address, if you only want to show the addressess put the p and s parameters to false as in :
   
go run ./cmd/address_gen/address_gen.go -seed="passphrase" -n=5 -p=false -s=false
28MZULXF1AdS8AqzDLPvSKCpERuEhMFNXdX
2kRcdyGTH7gUhq1N4S1kvXUYvgVPA8qdXWS
2e7YTGxJAc3GSNYtTY9mRygBSkQ9dnHSc8Z
W5Cw36K3skzr9whCDuMTgxLA4kFrWJn32f
4R6sGi7ktSJyyKNRHuc7izvgRHJwfu6das

Deterministic wallets are good, because you cannot lose the private keys as long as you remember the password. however, you should use a good password, or a random SHA256 hash and write it down somewhere

A good password may be some (more than 12) space separated random words, this is both strong and convenient for storage purposes (printed), it will also be easier to type if required at some point. Please do note that in the example code passphrase is used, but wouldn't be a good password candidate.

Running Skycoin Full Node:
   
go run ./cmd/skycoin/skycoin.go -web-interface=true
then goto: 127.0.0.1:6420
     
./run.sh


also, to generate wallets and pubkeys
go run ./cmd/address_gen

to run wallet (which is probably broken)
./run.sh

API endpoints

...

Troubleshooting FAQ

...


setup.sh:
#!/usr/bin/env bash

DIR="$( cd "$( dirname "${BASH_SOURCE[0]}" )" && pwd )"
pushd "$DIR/compile" >/dev/null
# Install gvm
echo "Installing gvm and go1.4"
./install-gvm.sh
[[ -s "$HOME/.gvm/scripts/gvm" ]] && source "$HOME/.gvm/scripts/gvm"
gvm use go1.4
# Add to $GOPATH
echo "Installing skycoin to \$GOPATH"
./install-to-gopath.sh
# Install dependencies
echo "Installing or updating skycoin dependencies"
./get-dependencies.sh
echo "Done"
echo "Do './run.sh -h' to confirm it is installed. This runs the daemon."
echo "README.md has further instructions for building and running the gui."
popd >/dev/null


Addresses for test coins:
   
    hduEBXBtVcUyWy2iEmZaJ7fghN1ekqufsQ
    wHsKo9wwv2o9P8N3oXgEAKN4ks5RZZVhgZ




By this way, you can get a cold wallet, you just need to generate the address offline, and backup the seed and address.
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May 08, 2017, 04:19:14 PM
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anyone can tell me how to use the meshnet?
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May 08, 2017, 06:14:47 PM
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I now there is a ot of work going on but there was a statement concerning long-time follower and a possible buy option.

is there any news about that ?
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May 08, 2017, 07:17:14 PM
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will try it tonight with vmware
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May 09, 2017, 04:46:41 AM
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anyone can tell me how to use the meshnet?

not ready yet i think.
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May 10, 2017, 11:35:47 AM
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I now there is a ot of work going on but there was a statement concerning long-time follower and a possible buy option.

is there any news about that ?

Can you please explain this question a bit more because I don't know what you are precisely asking are you wanting a new crowdfund? Please explain more. Thanks.

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May 10, 2017, 04:36:12 PM
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need more exchanges and more marketings

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May 10, 2017, 08:49:39 PM
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May 10, 2017, 11:02:51 PM
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With all the hype building in crypto right now, this would be am excellent time to market skycoin. But only of it is at a stage of developement where marketing makes sense... no real point in marketing a completely unfinished product. Would be worthwhile to get on a high volume exchange though, then the coin would market itself.
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May 12, 2017, 10:11:51 PM
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 I really miss @skycoin's articles concerning actual political mess )
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May 13, 2017, 12:44:27 PM
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Looks interesting. Count me in please!

Wow, just checked that 3 years ago I've seen this thread for the first time Shocked Where can I buy Skycoin? Only at cryptopia?
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May 13, 2017, 12:48:02 PM
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Looks interesting. Count me in please!

Wow, just checked that 3 years ago I've seen this thread for the first time Shocked Where can I buy Skycoin? Only at cryptopia?

Cryptopia is currently the only exchange.

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May 13, 2017, 01:00:11 PM
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Looks interesting. Count me in please!

Wow, just checked that 3 years ago I've seen this thread for the first time Shocked Where can I buy Skycoin? Only at cryptopia?

Cryptopia is currently the only exchange.

Thank you for your answer! It seems that Skycoin is one of the most promising projects in crypto, but it's taking so much time to develop it.
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May 13, 2017, 01:03:56 PM
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I've been watching this forum for 4 years but this is the first time I see this project.
I thought xtester was involved in xem?
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May 13, 2017, 01:06:41 PM
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I've been watching this forum for 4 years but this is the first time I see this project.
I thought xtester was involved in xem?

As far as I know, he left XEM team for a long time ago.
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